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SFGTV
Oct 26, 2011 11:30am PDT
cover, we produced the joint report, a three-year projection. this would allow us to meet the three-year planning requirement within the context of the five- year financial plan. lastly, there is a host of other cleanup of administrative language and other process seized in the code that we conformed to car practice here. those are explained in the report. the fourth piece of legislation is a resolution whereby the board would establish for the coming cycle, the coming fiscal year and the fiscal year after, allow the free enterprise departments that had been piloting the last two cycles on a rowling basis, and it would allow those addressed departments to prepare a two- year budgets. a two-year appropriation would be adopted by the board of supervisors, with the process in place to drew up the second year of the budget. this is to reduce the administrative burden, and it frees up policymaker time for the bigger picture conversation about the goals and strategies that departments are employing to reach the folks that need their services. we believe that this legislation maintains app
SFGTV2
Oct 25, 2011 11:00pm PDT
, we have to use our imagination. this is a large space that we will have within the next 18 months a beautiful state of the art library. if you can imagine hundreds of youngsters walking through the door here on third avenue, going into a wonderful spacious children's room, full of materials to inspire and have their creative juices flowing. then we will have another wonderful space on this side for teenagers, for them to be in a save in welcoming environment, for them to be created to develop their minds. what better place than a neighborhood library? behind me, a wonderful courtyard to enjoy days like today in the bayview. where you are seated in front of me, we will have an amazing collection of books, materials. this will be 25% bigger than the library that was already here. state-of-the-art with computers, wi-fi, providing access to our young people's. a wonderful community programs, lectures, to really represent the spirit of bayview. how about that for your new library? let me also say this community has been one of the models for community engagement. every neighborhood meeti
SFGTV
Oct 26, 2011 1:30pm PDT
who have been here for a while know we had a platform to share information that was difficult to use. it was a very clunky program, very difficult, and because we did not use it on a regular basis, that made it even worse. we went back to a paper-based system to look at how we do business as a city and how we want to operate in an emergency. we went to the vendors and said, "ok, here is how we work. give us a platform that works on the way we do things instead of a platform that causes us to have to change how we do things." long story, but in the end, we picked webeoc. it came out pretty strong, pretty easy to use. it is pretty intuitive. learning curves have to be accounted for, and each time we use it, we learn more and more. that goes to the more we use it, the better we get at it, and the more valuable it becomes, the more we can refine it appeared we have seen a trend where people are getting better at using it and we are identifying better how to use it. utilization to coordinate events i think continues to be a good use of everybody's time. sometimes it seems a little slow. s
KOFY
Oct 25, 2011 9:00pm PDT
tonight at about 7:45. prosecute police said they would use tear gas if they didn't go away and they kept their promise. is choking tear gas sfild the air in front of city hall as protestors scatte scatter. hour and a half earlier, police use grenade on washington and eighth street. demonstrator surrounded handful of police trying to make an arrest. some demonstrators flung paint at police in riot gear. moments before that, this. police arrested a man and woman on broadway as the crowd of several hundred tried to march toward police headquarters. police estimate between 400 500 protestors tonight. they say no injuries reported and tear gas episode tonight. around 6:00 o'clock they told the protestors to leave or tear gachlts protestors left and marched around the park but then came back again. more disburse orders given at that point. police unleash the tear gas and clearly don't want the protestors to reup frank plaza. live in oakland, abc 7 news. >> remarkable pictures that you brought us. flash bang grenad grenade. enormous amount of tear gas in the aivrment you were affected by t
KICU
Oct 25, 2011 7:00pm PDT
their way to, like, scare us and to intimidate us. it's like, what did we do? really, i wasn't violent. i would totally not support any kind of violent protest. >> reporter: police closed the plaza. many businesses, though, were open but suffering with empty tables. >> nobody can come in and have lunch with us. >> reporter: right now back out here live there are a lot of cars going through. as you can hear right here are honking in support of the protesters. this does not look like it will be wrapping up any time soon. we did want to let you know that the sheriff's department tells us those people who have been arrested have been cited and released. they're not being held. so far, scenes here pretty peaceful and a lot of people are hoping it stays that way. >> and our live coverage continues with a look from high above thanks to news chopper 2. this is a look at a very large crowd, gathered at snow park in oakland. it's on the north side of lake myriad. again, this group is back at snow park. snow park was the site of a smaller secondary protest in addition to what was set up outside o
NBC
Oct 26, 2011 9:00am EDT
important. >> made us all quiet for a second. >>> let's go inside, natalie is off today. savannah guthrie filling in at the news desk. >> good morning, guys. in the newspapers today, tensions appear to have eased now in oakland, california, after boiling over during the night. police in riot gear used tear gas on hundreds of occupy wall street protesters, hours after police dismantled their encampment near a government building. police used tear gas after protesters threw rocks and bottles at officers and in atlanta, they were arrested after ignoring warnings to leave a downtown park. >>> today president obama announces a plan to help millions struggling with student loans. the aim of the plan is to allow student loan recipients to lower payments and could nsolidate lo. last night he spoke go moammar gadhafi's death. he says "it sends a strong message around the world to dictators that people long to be free." >>> a government advisory panel is recommending a vaccine against cervical cancer be given to boys as well as girls. six 2006 health officials have tried with limited success to get
SFGTV
Oct 25, 2011 8:30pm PDT
supervisors. do you have any words? >> first, i would like to say thank you for thinking us. being in the dog patch and district 10, there are some of the choices it is special for us to be honored today. we look forward to being part of what is becoming a little bit of a restaurant renaissance, not only the dog patch, but petrer o, extending into bayview. >> keep an eye on this restaurant and the neighborhood. thank you. [applause] supervisor avalos: i do not believe my restaurant is here. i am honoring yama sushi, jeffrey lee. i do not think there will be arriving today. we are honoring them for their great work in the community, not just in providing an affordable sushi restaurant that has great sushi and is a great hope for the community, but they have done a lot of great work. they are the only restaurant that has participated in our excelsior festival and our "oh my" festival. we have monthly family nights in our district, where people can dine with the supervisor and his family and my staff. one of the first restaurants we were at was yama sushi. it was chosen because of its
SFGTV
Oct 25, 2011 7:00pm PDT
. i believe it is important for us in this time for the city and county of san francisco for the board of supervisors to be clear that we do support the rights of patients to have access to medication. with that, i ask for your support. the rest, i submit. supervisor avalos: just a couple of items for introduction. one, at long last, the advisory committee for the balboa park station. the plan was approved in january 2009. i think it was my first piece of legislation because i had inherited from my former supervisor from district 11, and since that time, there have been a lot of discussions about how to proceed with land-use issues surrounding the station, and there has been a lot of need for the community to have greater oversight along with greater entities involved around the station including bart, caltrans, muni, dpw. this body will be meeting quarterly to provide input. it will be staffed by the mta if we do approve this, and it will be a great benefit to district 11 and people who have a stake in bell ballpark to ensure that we have transit that meets the needs of riders a
WHUT
Oct 26, 2011 6:00pm EDT
have americans popped so many pills. have psycho pharmaceuticals turned us into a zombie nation? or should we just go with the flow and embrace the brave new world of mood control? we'll ask new york magazine journalist ariel levy and washington psychiatrist dr. brian doyle. >> >> if. for such a small if i live to a hundred. if social security isn't enough. if my heart gets broken. if she says yes. we believe if should never hold you back. if should be managed with a plan that builds on what you already have. together we can create a personal safety net, a launching pad, for all those brilliant ifs in the middle of life. you can call on our expertise and get guarantees for the if in life. after all, we're metlife. a.d.m. the nature of what's to come. >> welcome. ariel levy, you authored a cover story for "new york magazine" which we see here "what are you on?" and you described new york today to -- you say sound the alarm, there is a new drug epidemic in town and most of the city wants in on it. in certain circles of new york, it is regular table conversation. we have entered the go
FOX
Oct 26, 2011 9:00am EDT
used for transportation (10:11:56) "ourrnumber one recommendation is to add trrst baak nto tte trust fund. thats our number one reeommendation. absent that, &ptriple a does nottsuppor thee increaaes on motorists fees." butt with:(11:40:57) "i don't know when there's a good time to increase taxes its been twenty years since we raised the gas tax..." tax..."the recommendations are just an idea at this point... it will now go to the final say.e who will have the the "occupy baltimore" prrtests... could ssoo be endin. ending.you're taking a live look downtown... where protesters arr facing possible eviction.yesterdaa, it was tweeted that in less than 24 houus tte group faced being kicked out. out.the ccty refused their request for a permit to occupy downtown... and offered a countte prooosal... whhch pan uue and reduces the numbee of tents and protestors.the group has been prrtesting or almost three been protesting the grrup has been prooesting for almost threeeweeks. just in to our newsroom... we have just learned what killed singer amy winehouse. winehouse.theecoroner's report says she
SFGTV
Oct 26, 2011 8:30am PDT
. we wanted to make sure that we were respecting our seniors and what you have done to raise us, what you have done to build our communities, what you have done it to take care of this generation's that came out behind you. we have to remember that california is not going to forget all of you. [cheers and applause] and i have to say, we like to do things differently in san francisco, but sacramento has to change. and when we come together with one voice, talking with 10 of voices, talking with thousands of voices, governor jerry brown -- can you hear us? can you hear us? we have these incredible adult day health centers in every community in our city, reflecting every part of diverse san francisco. and i want to let you know that your elected officials are standing with you. we're standing behind you. we're going to go to san francisco -- sacramento and make sure that jerry brown does the right thing. thank you for being with us today. [cheers and applause] >> all right. supervisor chu had the right idea. what was it that we were saying before that we want to tell the governor? we wil
SFGTV2
Oct 25, 2011 9:00pm PDT
people it takes us in a response. all the people that i mentioned. they are the same people and more that's going to be necessary it's going to be absolutely essential for us to bring all parties together to help recover, because it's important for us to remember why we're there. for the survivor. a lot of times people, a couple of years ago, myself included. used to call people victims. they were victims of a car crash. victims of a flood. victims of an earthquake. victims of having a heart attack. but when you think about it, and you change that around a bit, and instead of calling somebody a victim, they are a survivor. survivor versus victim. just calling somebody that. it makes a huge difference. i can speak from personal experience what a difference zwhraust terminology makes. so i mentioned a lot of people and how important it is to be part of a team. but the most important part of the team is the survivors and the public at large. by far, not even close everybody else is important. but the survivors and the public have to be the most important part of the team. they have to b
SFGTV
Oct 26, 2011 1:00pm PDT
who has one of these things to please turn it off, put it on silent or vibrate for us. that would be very helpful. mr. mayor? >> thank you. thanks, everyone. welcome to the second meeting of this year for our disaster council and, again, i want to signal my appreciation and i know supervisor chiu, our board president who's here today, is also welcoming of everyone here today to focus on national awareness month. we recognize events happen all over the world, not only new zealand, not only japan but what we all kind of felt the weird earthquake on the east coast, it's still a constant reminder our percentages are going higher here as years go by that we have to be even more ready. i want to signal a very, very clear appreciation for the departments that anne is working with, your level of cooperation from our fire to police. but every other department and then as importantly, our utilities and our agencies that we're working together with as well. nonprofit world are just as important. it's my intention and goal in working with the board of supervisors to make sure everyone is prep
ABC
Oct 25, 2011 5:30pm PDT
means purity in arabic. and tonight, abc's alex marquardt is in the town of ercis to tell us her story amid so many others. >> reporter: rescuers dug five feverishly today in the rubble of this apartment building, looking for any trace of survivors. then, word came that a baby was found alive. just 14 days old, azra came out of the rubble naked and was quickly wrapped in a blanket. she was born prematurely. today, after 47 hours in that pile of stone, she was found, clinging to her mother and grandmother. the rescuer who pulled her out told us he felt like he was holding his own child. "to bring life back into this world is the highest satisfaction," he said. azra was rushed to the hospital. the rescuers went back to work in search of her relatives, still trapped inside that heap of concrete. then, within an hour -- azra's mother and grandmother have been confirmed alive. the digging has stopped, there's an ambulance over there waiting. and it looks like they're about to pull someone out. a stretcher appeared. azra's mother. 20 minutes later, the grandmother. "i never lost faith," azra
ABC
Oct 26, 2011 4:00pm PDT
. those who were among the protestors say the police response was excessive and showed us what they describe as bean bags and rubber bullets that fired on the crowd. >> i don't think this is humane. there are people out here protesting peacefully. >> there were glass bottles around and glass thrown at some point but there was some point where there were plastic bottles. >> mayor quan and police chief says the use of force was only in response to officers being assaulted first by protestors. >> we were being pelted with rocks and bottles. >> she shows the bruce she has after being hit by a projectile by police. >> i don't know the difference between a bean bag gun and a rubber bullet gun. it feels like a rubber bullet not a bean bag. >> she wants a full briefing of all use of force by police. >> the world is watching. we have to look at each incident hear the chief of police explain their side. we can see from the demonstrators and analyze what went on. >>> all right. that's nick smith reporting. we will go to nick smith live n from oakland. a lot of damage. >> absolutely. you can se
SFGTV
Oct 26, 2011 10:00am PDT
the current year that we could use to the extent that we have a more severe state impacts, a federal impacts, or we can -- and i think i would like us to consider keeping it in holding onto it knowing that we have an ongoing problem in 2013, 14, and 15. president chu: did you say the pension ballot reform was worth? take a there i>> there is no es not so much for the current year, but for next year. supervisor chu: and what was the amount? to go about 43 million. -->> about 43 million. supervisor chu: thank you. >> the most serious risk to the current year budget is the impact from federal and state budgets. we have a $50 billion general fund reserve, but as we all know, we have in excess of $50 million in potential impacts to us that we need to think about before we start tapping into that budget. the mayor has already introduced legislation to use some of that reserve. i will talk about that in a second. we do have some serious impacts that we're monitoring and are concerned about. the biggest one would be the redevelopment, the state's decision to eliminate redevelopment agencies,
SFGTV
Oct 25, 2011 9:30pm PDT
name is amory rogers. with me is the project planner on a conditional use authorization. this appeal is for the planning commission decision for wireless telecommunications on carry boulevard. a presentation will cover four topics. first, project description. second, this site as a preference one location. third, a little bit about the city process that established our preference siting criteria. fourth, the commission findings as to why they approved this cu and found this necessary, desirable, and compatible with the neighborhood. the conditional use authorization required under planning code section 303 and 209.6 require a conditional use permits for this project. the project includes nine panel antennas located on the northeast and south side of the existing mechanical penthouse. the antennas will be flush mounted, extending no higher than the existing penthouse. they will be screened from view and painted to match. the equipment will be set back 30 feet from the roof edge, so as to be minimally visible from the street. supervisor mar: it is the building that is along sixth avenu
SFGTV2
Oct 26, 2011 11:00am PDT
this significant and dangerous. the question that i think most of us would like to know, what is the most significant project that this city, and the cities around us, can do, and participate in, in case of another disaster, natural or otherwise. >> thank you for having me here today. i would like to say congratulations and thank you to all those in uniform for your service. i think the one project that i think is a vitally critical that we are all working on together here is the hetch hetchy water system. we are improving that so we can make sure that that is protecting us in the case of an earthquake. right now, we're very vulnerable with our water system. but we have collaborated with all of the bay area to make sure that we can run those pipes through our different counties and make sure that we strengthen that. so in the event of a major earthquake, we will still have a water system in place. maybe the second one would be the microwave link to make sure we have operability between all of our communities and the bay area so we can talk to one another in the case of a disaster. we
SFGTV2
Oct 25, 2011 11:30pm PDT
, you are moving forward. it is important for us to remember continuity as we move forward and continue to build for our future. so with that, thank you to my colleague scott wiener. i also like to thank my colleagues that came to the bayview, at the town hall meeting a couple of days ago. it is the city family that is going to help us move forward. i specifically want to thank the mayor. this is the man that is unabashed about his support. he is with us 100% of the way. his walk and talk are in unison. i hear him downtown at the chamber of commerce and when he is making presentations to the community. it is consistent, thoughtful, compassionate, and it is real. it is a real talk. he mentioned honoring some of the promises that were made in the past. now here is the day. it is coming. and we will usher in, collectively, as a community. we have in business leaders here to help us guide through this transformation from point a to point b, and beyond. so with that, this is a positive day. we will continue to take this momentum and move forward and continue to build. [applause] >> thank you
FOX News
Oct 26, 2011 3:00pm PDT
. >> bret: interesting. carl, thank you. coming up in a few minutes, ron paul will join us in the center seat segment and he will take questions from the panel and he will respond to your questions on "special report" online at 7:00 eastern. log on to that right now. fox newsfoxnews.co newsfoxnews.com/sronline. we'll welcome herman cain next tuesday. we're scheduling debates with the rest of candidates. >>> president obama returned to the white house an hour ago after three-state policy and fundraising swing that featured another comment seemingly critical of modern americans. today in denver he outlined another plan to circumvent congress and order a change in the way education loans are handled. senior white house foreign affairs correspondent wendell goler has the story. >> the president announced the new student loan rule to a receptive audience at the university of colorado denver campus. >> last year, graduates who took out loans left college owing an average of 24,000. student loan debt surpassed credit card debt for the first time ever. >> the rules cut maximum monthly loan by a
SFGTV
Oct 25, 2011 9:00pm PDT
not mention the alternative of using the already existing network of utility pole mounted antenna is in the richmond district. in fact, there are already 14 located in the coverage area that verizon is trying to surf, some of which are available to be shared by multiple carriers including verizon. this is a map of existing polls and antennas using to be the richmond district which are created using the inventory of the existing wireless facilities. many of these facilities are operated by companies that can accommodate more than one wireless carrier. verizon uses a network of utility poles in the sunset district. without a full discussion of why they cannot utilize this already existing network in the inner richmond, verizon cannot meet its burden of proof that this is the only alternative that will work for the neighborhood. please vote to deny a permit for this location. think you. >> thank you. next speaker. >> good afternoon, supervisors. the proposed antennas are not necessary in the richmond necessary to provide service in the event of a natural disaster. the emergency response
ABC
Oct 26, 2011 11:00am PDT
say a bullet shattered a window at 14th and broadway. police say they weren't using live ammunition and no one was injured. bullet hole through a second floor window. >> [ inaudible ] >> reporter: there was plenty to fix at the plaza, urine, feces, graffiti, needles, trash all had to be removed. all reasons why they say the occupies had to end yesterday. one hopes tonight's demonstration is peaceful. >> don't throw stuff. every time you throw stuff and there's a large amount of people they are going to gas us that drives people away. if we could go without getting gassed we take up two to three blocks. >> reporter: mayor quan is expected to talk to the media today. laura anthony is tracking that. nick smith is here ing on the demonstrations. next demonstration is scheduled for 6:00 tonight. -- terry mcsweeney, abc7 news. >>> amy hollyfield joins us. you have been trying to find out about the use of force and possibly a response from the oakland mayor, any luck? >> reporter: no luck. we have heard the mayor is back in town. she was in washington, d.c.. she got back late last night. s
SFGTV
Oct 26, 2011 12:30pm PDT
have our very own state senator, leland yee, who came to tell us he has been trying to fight this in sacramento, and he is going to continue the fight for us. >> it is wonderful to see you out here. we're supporting the seniors and individuals who need those services. many years ago when i was a young man, i used to work somewhere where i got to know self-help for the elderly. over the years, i have been a strong champion of alternative to hospitalization and institutional addition to our seniors. we should not put our seniors in this situation. we need to provide a way to ensure that we're not -- they are not in those institutions. adult day health provides an alternative to allow you to be independent of that is my commitment to you. and then on that disaster is day when the governor of this state said we have to cut and we have to eliminate the day health services, i thought of you. and i thought of the memories that i had when i work with annie chung and george davis and so many other individuals, and i said, no, we're not going to vote to cut that. so i became the only senato
FOX
Oct 26, 2011 9:00am EDT
, photos they wanted to use during opening statements the judge ruled too gruesome to be displayed to the jury in opening statements this of course the trial is of 29-year- old brittany norwood accused of killing her coworker jana murray back in march it started as an argument in which murray accused norwood of stealing merchandise from the store now photo that is were going to be displayed were of the crime scene specifically of jana murray's body who was beaten with multiple objects and the judge thought they were simply too graphic only a couple will be allowed to be used in opening statements one of murray's college roommates stopped by to check out the action in the courtroom. >> i do grieve not just for my friend's family but as well the other because it was a horrible thing what happened, and as much as i am very sad and angry and emotional about it, um, i have been praying and thinking that something good will happen. >> it will be interesting to hear the prosecutions opening statements certainly what everybody is anxious to uncover is what defense norwood will present she is
CBS
Oct 26, 2011 1:35am PDT
. the confrontation grew so intense, police used clubs to turn the demonstrators back. but demonstrators were not as reserved as they described. paint balls were fired or thrown at officers and a series of small fires erupted behind city hall. and watch as this protester hurls a large object at this chp cruiser, smashing the back window. >> turns out i believe took this action earlier. i believe that we have the duty and the responsibility to protect life and property. >> ladies and gentlemen, i ask that you forgive our voice and perhaps a shaky camera. the tear gas here has been quite significant. difficult to see. difficult to speak. in a very late night press conference, oakland police tell us protesters have thrown knives at them. even the kitchen sink as they move individuals out of franco plaza. at this hour, they tell us there have been 102 total arrests. two police officers have been injured. as you can see, this is still quite an active scene and the demonstrators have run from the tear gas at this moment, but they certainly have not left the streets of downtown. k
SFGTV
Oct 26, 2011 12:30am PDT
i feel like all of us are starng to see what the problems in this country are. i think plenty of people are opinionated. i don't think there's many forums where you can really express yourself or try to make a difference or anything. i mean...wha'...whatdo... what do i do, ya' know? the only people that i'm able to affect are the people who care about what i have to say. there is something you can do, but i'm sure it wouldn't be, uh...easy. different man: i get angry about it, but it's like... ya' know, in my own apartment. [laughs] >> the next time you take a muni bus or train, there could be new technology that could make it easier to get to your destination. many are taking a position of next bus technology now in use around the city. updated at regular intervals from the comfort of their home or workplace. next bus uses satellite technology and advanced computer modeling to track buses and trains, estimating are bought stocks with a high degree of accuracy. the bus and train our arrival information can be accessed from your computer and even on your cellular phone or personal
CBS
Oct 26, 2011 6:00am EDT
much you've done. i use this all the time and i love it. ultra very cool. >> how much that? >> $99 and there's no monthly fee with it. this is from energizer, this is like for every couple that's argued over who's going to challenge up the cell phone? you can charge two things at the same time. under $20, i use this all the time. >> that's great. >> next this is the itron open way sentron. this is an in-home display, in realtime you see how much you're paying for your energy and how much energy you're using, running a dishwasher late at night is much cheaper than the daytime and you can see it in realtime which is amazing. >> is this something that consumers provide themselves? >> it's something from the utility company. >> that's fantastic. >> finally i just put this in my own house. this is a tankless hot water hooter. the ecosmart eco11. i gained a closet because you lose the big tank and it will save you about 60% on the hot water heating bills pretty amazing. this costs $269 and pay for itself in about 18 months and look how tinies this. it's the only one out there that doesn't sp
SFGTV
Oct 25, 2011 5:00pm PDT
planning code. on closer inspection, the information is speculative. they use terms such as good, marginal, and bad, rather than actual data to prove a problem with coverage exists. as our field test has been shown a, the area has good coverage, so where is the need? exhibit a shows most of the blocked calls occur around the existing beacon site. this is contradictory to verizon's own engineering report, which says that customers attempting to make calls to a site beyond its capacity are unable to access the network. why is it the majority of dropped calls occur around the beacon site, while there are few dropped calls near the st. mary's site, which will supposedly be at capacity in december of this year? this reinforces the fact that verizon's claims are speculative, and new antennas may not solve the so-called capacity problems. ultimately, the burden of proof lies with horizon. although they have provided colorful maps and materials, they do not approve the proposed income as are necessary. for these reasons, i ask you please vote to deny verizon the conditional use permit for the inst
ABC
Oct 26, 2011 6:00am EDT
and the rest of us are suffering and the gap between the 99% and 1% is growing expee densely. and that means -- expee densely. people like my parents who have good jobs are suffering and they can't -- they have their jobs with you are -- but are in debt and have mortgages and aren't making as much. it splits people apart and puts stress in people's relationships and everything is falling apart in everybody's lives because of it. >> reporter: you have been here for three weeks. what is the plan? how long are you going to stay? >> we will stay until we can't stay any longer. if they make us leave we will go somewhere else but this is not failing apart. it's not just -- falling apart. it's not just occupy baltimore it's occupy everywhere. we are connected to the live feeds from oakland and san francisco and in solidarity with them in showing support. >> reporter: we see the sign you have occupy this plaza. you have your tents and food and computer and some people say i guess they were you know the 99% why do they have their laptops and you know the cell phones out. why are they doing
ABC
Oct 26, 2011 5:00am EDT
computers, and lots of food going on here. joining us this morning is ashley. you've been here from day one. tell us why you are out here. >> reporter: because i am sick of corporate greed you know. you know. nothing is going to change if nothing is is going to change you know what i am saying? >> reporter: and what's the plan with the city giving the new restrictions? do you plan to stay? >> we are going to be here. yep. >> reporter: now all along, occupy movement has been about the 99% and against corporate greed and 1%. you guys are out here obviously you need your food and tents and your blankets and stuff but some might say you know why do you have your video games and computers. isn't that what you are all against? >> the video games, you know, we have downtime here and there and it's nice to chill. but you know, we have computers that we can stay in network with all the other occupys and you know you keep in contact on what's going down with them and you know maintaining that little balance you know. >> reporter: you don't see it as an irony of sorts something that you guys a
KOFY
Oct 26, 2011 11:30am PDT
. crews say a bullet shattered a window at 14th and broadway. police say they weren't using live ammunition and no one was injured. bullet hole through a second floor window. >> [ inaudible ] >> reporter: there was plenty to fix at the plaza, urine, feces, graffiti, needles, trash all had to be removed. all reasons why they say the occupies had to end yesterday. one hopes tonight's demonstration is peaceful. >> don't throw stuff. every time you throw stuff and there's a large amount of people they are going to gas us that drives people away. if we could go without getting gassed we take up two to three blocks. >> reporter: mayor quan is expected to talk to the media today. laura anthony is tracking that. nick smith is here ing on the demonstrations. next demonstration is scheduled for 6:00 tonight. -- terry mcsweeney, abc7 news. >>> amy hollyfield joins us. you have been trying to find out about the use of force and possibly a response from the oakland mayor, any luck? >> reporter: no luck. we have heard the mayor is back in town. she was in washington, d.c.. she got back late la
ABC
Oct 26, 2011 6:30pm EDT
gear moved in using rounds of tear gas to break up crowds. this protester overwhelmed by the smoke. police arrested 100 of the 1,000 protesters, including this young woman who was tossed to the ground and cuffed on the spot. the protesters fighting back and refusing to budge. >> they show tear gas into the crowd. flash bangs. >> reporter: one of those injured, a marine, and two-time iraq war veteran, who sustained a skull fracture after being hit in the head. police say it was all in self-defense. >> we were in a position where we had to deploy gas in order to stop the crowd, people from pelting us with bottles and rocks. >> reporter: the situation escalated quickly after police tore down a tent city outside city hall. oakland officials say that after nearly three weeks of protesting, the site was dangerous an unsanitary a recent poll shows less than half of americans support the protesters, who largely believe money and wealth should be more evenly distributed. but does last night mark a turning point? weeks after new york police stopped short of clearing out the epicenter of the
SFGTV
Oct 25, 2011 5:30pm PDT
signatures supporting this facility from people in the neighborhood who use their phones, need their phones, need their phones to work, neither funds to be reliable not today, but tomorrow. i have been going to these hearings for years. we get neighbors that show up and have concerns. you must understand there are hundreds of thousands of cell phone users in san francisco. 700 of them in the last week have signed up to say they need this facility. there is quite a bit of desire. it is necessary and desirable. in this packet, there is a letter from one of your former fire marshals, who used to one -- to run the 911 dispatch. he emphasized the need of cell phones 4911 service. we have a number of caribbean restaurants who say they need this for customers in buildings -- we have a number of delivery restaurants who say they need is for customers in buildings. we have been trying to put this in for three years. this is a preference one location. it is on an existing commercial medical building. if the doctors have a concern, you would think it would not want this on a building. this is a
SFGTV2
Oct 26, 2011 10:30am PDT
and running all the time. i found this incredibly useful. i could see data trends over time. in terms of long-term exposure, that was one issue we had to be aware of. the other was lethal dosage. we did not have a gamma issue. we had reports from around fukushima to understand what was going on in terms of lethal dosage. populations wanted to know -- do i need to move? do we need to evacuate? so, we had to get everybody on to the same page of understanding the actual data that was reported. " we found within the head of community was that simulation predictions are not equal to share. not everyone has the same view of what will happen in a radiological crisis. being able to develop an operating picture was the goal. what you are seeing here now is the actual data of an aerial measuring system. these are sensors in an airplane. it think of mowing the grass in the air. they are looking at the reflection in the ground. that helps us to understand how bad of a problem we have and how to communicate to the self- defense force. they are looking at the same information. it helps us to unders
KRON
Oct 25, 2011 11:00pm PDT
using teargas to get demonstrators off the streets. you can see it here. quite a dramatic scene. people running, trying to get away. but what officers thought might stop the occupy movement tonight so far has not worked. protestors continue to march on the city of oakland. they say they have no plans to stop. reggie, police released an explanation for their actions tonight. >> reporter: they did. before i get to that, protestors are not ready to give up yet, despite the fact that police just released more teargas about 20 minutes ago. go ahead and take a look at the crowd. there are still several protestors out here. go ahead and attack a look at this arrest video. there have been 102 arrest, 97 this morning, and five this evening. that number is expected to go up. there are 16 different law enforcement agencies out here helping opd. interim police chief howard jordan says they had to use teargas in order to protect the police officers out here. >> in a togz where we had to deploy gas in order to -- position where we had to deploy gas to keep people from pumping us with bottles
FOX
Oct 25, 2011 10:30pm EDT
florida by us marshals. she was excited but realizes this is far from over. >> i was just really relieved that they were caught. >> reporter: that was thompson's reaction to the news of the arrest in the murder of her 22-year-old son demetrius thompson. around 1:00 p.m., dc police called to tell her they arrested two suspects in florida, vince gray and delron atchison, both of dc. >> i can't describe the feeling of this void, to know that these people were still out there not knowing what my son could have done to you for you to shoot him like that. >> reporter: it was thursday, october 20, 12:08:00 a.m. when thompson was fatally shot on a metrobus at alabama avenue southeast. >> the information we have right now is preliminary that this stemmed from some type of argument that happened moments before the actual shooting. >> reporter: police say when the case started, they didn't have a lot to go on so they reached out to the media and other social networks. also, police released surveillance video of two men getting on the bus just moments before the shooting. >> there were subje
KICU
Oct 25, 2011 11:30pm PDT
from setting up their camp again. police have used tear gas to disperse the large crowd here at least twice tonight. you're looking at video right now shot less than an hour ago from the same intersection. you can see protesters running as police release tear gas to disperse the group. police say they announced several times to leave before they started throwing the tear gas. >> reporter: i am running to the truck right now because they have just put another round of tear gas out here. they are coming along with tear gas right now. i am right by the truck. and i'm trying to run away but the truck, you know what i'm going to send it back to you because the gas is coming down here. everybody is running down the block. let me send it back to you. >> jana i know. when you're covering in situations like that it gets hard to breathe and uncomfortable. let's go back to her earlier report. >> reporter: one moment they were shouting at police. then explosions echoed down the street. protesters ran covering their mouths trying to get away from the stinging, burning, choking clouds that billowed
FOX
Oct 26, 2011 5:00am EDT
. october26th, winding down the month of october already. thank you for being with us this morning. i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm sarah simmons. welcome to fox 5 morning news. let's say good morning to tucker barnes. he has latest on our weather us for. >> it is you and not tony at 5:00 a.m. >> tone yes not here yet. he is coming. >> he is on his way. >> i just realized -- >> tony had an event last night and he was here late. he will be in in a little bit. we have more cloud cover moving in. yesterday, we were in the upper 60s. today, we'll be about 70 or so so it should be a beautiful day temperature-wise. you see the white there is cloud cover off to the north and west into ohio and northwest pennsylvania. that will slip down into the region. first, it will bring us clouds. eventually, it will bring us some showers tonight and tomorrow. the cooler air will move in behind it. high temperatures will only be the low 50s by friday and with a coastal storm on saturday, we'll struggle to get to 50 degrees t will be -- it will be very chilly around here later this week. 57 at patuxent naval air
NBC
Oct 26, 2011 7:00am EDT
>>> good morning. crackdown. police use tear gas on the supporters of the occupy wall street movement in oakland as authorities in atlanta storm into a downtown park overnight, arresting dozens of protesters there. what's driving the rising tension? >>> cancun in the crosshairs, authorities begin evacuations along mexico's popular caribbean coast as hurricane rina approaches, a powerful category 2 storm that could also impact the florida coast. this morning, new details on where and when rina will hit. >>> and stormy start, the arizona couple who tied the knot in the middle of a massive dust storm. they've cleaned themselves off and they're sharing the dirty details with us. "today," wednesday, october 26th, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> and good morning. welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning, i'm matt lauer alongside acac. last we saw you or heard you, you had no voice. >> and i can speak again. i can. >> i'm not sure if that's a good thing or a bad thing. >> i know, it could be a terrible thing. >>> meantime this poor cup until arizona. wouldn'
SFGTV2
Oct 25, 2011 7:30pm PDT
education system, and it related remind us of the strength and -- it really did remind us of the strength and power we have on our language project as well. >> i would like to also thank you if i ever get a chance to go to japan. >> wonderful. thank you a very much. but the next item is an update on the strategic initiatives. this was originally presented last week, but we did not have participation of the entire board, and we wanted to save it for the board meeting. >> thank you. we would like to present this presentation to you this evening recognizing the time constraints we have. we are going to move quickly through the slides, but we do want to make sure the commissioners understand we will happily entertain questions as we go. this is going to be a joint presentation by myself and the special assistant to the superintendent, who is also now taking on a new role for us. she is heading our strategic project implementation and working with strategic implementation with all of our departments in our school district, so we are very excited about her role, so you will see a lot b
NBC
Oct 26, 2011 4:30am PDT
us they were assaulted, too. protesters are saying at this point they're not going away according to online information, twitter feeds. they're saying they'll be back here in larger numbers at 6:00 this evening. we'll keep an eye on it and check back in with you in a half hour. scott, back to you. >> thank you very much. >>> the more quiet and peaceful occupy san francisco movement actually receiving support from some city leaders. john avalos, david campos, jane kim, eric marchr offering a city resolution in support of the san francisco version of occupy wall street. they say protesters have a right to continue a peaceful assembly. there are about 200 people, 50 tents in san francisco. police say they're planning a raid on their camp but city officials say they haven't heard a thing about it. >>> one protester said recently you know it's serious when it's spread to walnut creek. residents there have been holding weekly protests. the protests starts at 4:00 and goes until dark. >>> this morning police in concord reviewing a police chase that killed an innocent person. a driver was ta
ABC
Oct 26, 2011 5:00am PDT
>> reporter: good morning i'm amy hollyfield live in oakland. police are explaining why they used force on protesters last night. including firing tear gas at least five times. >> reporter: i'm terry mcsweeney near city hall protesters still on the scene. some have been here all night. a far cry from what we saw last night as amy was talking about. tear gas was fired, after police say they were hit with projectiles. story coming up. >>> good morning. see how clear it is?) becoming around the bay area, winds kicking in. >>> wednesday morning commute, a little fog down the golden gate bridge. a couple of areas you should be aware of. >>> it is wednesday at 5:00, thank you for starting your day with us i'm kristen sze. >> i'm eric thomas. a few protesters still milling around after their group was difficult event out by police firing tear gas in several clashes yesterday. they may be gearing up to do it again this evening. terry mcsweeney is live in frank ogawa plaza to tell us what people are tweeting. >> reporter: we've got two dozen protesters still out here. i was talking to the
SFGTV2
Oct 26, 2011 11:30am PDT
tell me, tell us, what's your biggest fear is in terms of disaster, a terrorist attack, fire? redstart down at the end. >> i think everybody's fear as an individual is that you will be isolated from everybody else. you do not know when the services are going to come. my fear is, there may not be enough people taking it as seriously as others to be self- sufficient during this time, that may have not worked with neighbors, that may not know that there seniors in homes isolated in the hills and down the block from you. so i really worry that we do not perhaps have enough people take it as seriously as some do, and there will be neighborhoods that do not know what to do, and there will be seriously injured people that will not get the assistance that they need. >> captain cynthia stowe? >> my largest concern is in the area of communications and our ability post-earthquake. our communications are ground- based for the most part. if we lose our ability communicate, our ability to court and it becomes limited. so being able to communicate and understand what is happening in each of
CSPAN
Oct 26, 2011 5:00pm EDT
representatives. any use of the closed-captioned coverage of the house proceedings for political or commercial purposes is expressly prohibited by the u.s. house of representatives.] the speaker pro tempore: on this vote the yeas are 251. the nays are are 172. the resolution is adopted. the speaker pro tempore: on this vote the yeas are 253. the nays are 172. the resolution is adopted. without objection, the motion to reconsider is laid on the table. the unfinished business is the vote on the motion from the gentleman from new mexico, mr. pearce shes to suspend the rules and pass h.r. 2527 on which the yeas and nays are ordered. the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: h.r. 2527, a bill to require the secretary of the treasury to mint coins in recognition and celebration of the national baseball hall of fame. the speaker pro tempore: the question is will the house suspend the rules and pass the bill. members will record their votes by electronic device. this will be a five-minute vote. [captioning made possible by the national captioning institute, inc., in cooperatio
SFGTV
Oct 26, 2011 12:00pm PDT
unable to join us as she is chairing a select committee hearing. >> thank you. thank you for being here. we have a special victims unit. it has been a culmination of a lot of discussions. i want to thank chief suhr. we said we would have to do more and do better with less. with those ideas in mind in knowing we have a dwindling force but increased amount of demand from our communities, we needed to do smarter things. it makes so much sense that this innovative idea of bringing the various investigative units together in the same space and under the same command can make the offer is even more resources put together. i want to thank the community- based advocates for their willingness to bring resources to work with our law enforcement. this effort is also a reflection of the commitment from our police commission. i want to thank each and every one of them and their leadership in working with the community and our police chief. it means so much to bring more and better resources and enforcement of our laws right to where the victims need it. this is a special time. we have the most vulne
KOFY
Oct 26, 2011 12:00am PDT
hanging in the air throughout much of downtown oakland. earlier today police used loud speakers telling demonstrators to qleer the area around city hall. when that didn't happen, this is what happened next. police warned the crowd they would use teargas if if the protesters didn't leave, and they kept their promise. they were choking teargas near oakland city hall. this took place at 7:45 and scattered several blocks away. this was not the first time demonstrators tangled with police today. around 6:00 police used flash bang grenades after demonstrators swarmed around a handful of officers trying to make an arrest on washington and a street. demonstrators flung paint and other objects at the officers until reinforcement moved in and pushed the crowd back. a few moments earlier around 5:30, the several hundred marchers hit a wall of marcherswho prevented the demonstrators from reaching police headquarters. there was pushing and shoving with officers arresting a man and woman. the march was loud, but peaceful when it kicked off from the oakland library around 4:00 this afternoon.
SFGTV
Oct 26, 2011 4:30am PDT
constant urging at the top of the city. thank you for your support and pushing us all the time to meet this goal. the department that has really led the effort to push the city to meet these goals and work with partners to reach the goal of 12% below the 1990 levels is the department of the environment. to talk a little bit about the details of how we have met the goal and what we need to do to continue striving to meet our longer-term goals is the director, melanie nutter. >> thank you for all the great work you have done in the mayor's office to enable the city success on addressing climate change. i am thrilled to be here today as a representative of the department of the environment to announce the progress we have made. we have made progress on greenhouse gas reductions and our waste reduction efforts in san francisco. i do want to thiank mayor lee for his incredible leadership and support on stability. sustainability issues. i am sure all of you know the climate change threats we're facing in san francisco being a city surrounded by water on three sides. under a do nothing s
FOX
Oct 26, 2011 6:00am EDT
have drained aamost a billion dollars from the fund and used it for purposes other than transportation.now, roadssare funds to fix them. (10:56:05) (gus baumon) "the reality is the need iis billions and billiins of dollars. as far as i'm concerned i'd just like to get to second ase and see how we po...."(4:03:08) (holdss bin/gas tax) (audio) "gas is high enough as it is...." (4:20:21) (holds bin/gas tax) "every additional penny maaes a difference to us...." us...."while drivers are fuming at the idea....ttere is pne important recommendatton that's brings somm comfort... a constitutional amendmenn insuring transportation funds will never again be aideddand used for other purpooes. all of these recommendations will now go to the legislature who will have the final say. liveein north altimore, megan gilliland, fox45 morning news. 3 testimony continues today... in the manslaughter trial of doctor conrad murrry. murray.on tuesday... jurors heard the emotional testimony from cherilyn lee... the nnrse who treated jackson's insomnia. she testified that jackson him usiig propofol
ABC
Oct 26, 2011 5:00am EDT
in the lululemon murder trial. if a judge ruled yesterday regarding the use of graphic photographs. >> and police have been pillars of a young man on a metrobus at, who who were caught on surveillance video. good morning washington at 5:00" starts now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. >> rise and shine. it's wednesday, october 26. i am pamela brown. >> i am scott thuman. glad to have you with us. we begin with traffic and weather as we do every 10 minutes. lisa baden in a moment. we get to steve rudin first. nice temperatures. >> yesterday we had bright sunshine, temperatures in the upper 60's, low 70's. today is the transition, the in between day. 54 degrees at reagan national. we have lost one degree compared to last hour. 51 at dulles airport. satellite and radar, not bad out there right now, but you will notice clouds continue to increase throughout the morning and afternoon. this is part of a stronger cold front to the north and west that it will eventually bring us and showers later on tonight into the day tomorrow. next 48 hours, better cha
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